---- You Know You Should "Fire" Your Client When...
digitalv - 7:18 pm on Jun 28, 2004 (gmt 0)
When they don't allow you to do a full job. i.e. - they want to choose the webhost, buy the domain name and get other companies to do other little jobs which then creates more difficulty and expense for you.
Really? I would think most designers wouldn't want to mess with that stuff. I know I wouldn't - why bother with hosting and domain registrations when you can pass that along to some other company? When their e-mail isn't working, not your problem, call someone else. When their site is down, not your problem, call someone else. When their domain expires because they didn't pay for it, not your problem, call someone else.